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Fug the Show: Downton Abbey, season 4, episode 3

There are a lot of people in the vicinity of Downton who are making very, very bad life decisions; an almost equal number of people who have had tragedy thrust upon them; and lots and lots and lots of meddling, although the takeaway continues to be that meddling in the affairs of others is the Read More...

GFY Interview: Sleepy Hollow Costume Designer Kristin Burke, Part 2

If you missed yesterday’s first part about our (unsponsored, unpaid for by anyone but us) visit to Sleepy Hollow, please do check it out, because we saw some nifty stuff. Today’s slideshow involves set photos and a funky close-up look at props for a visual effect involving Victor Garber, among others, and our chat with Read More...

Fugland

I feel like Claire Danes is usually the unimpeachably pretty dresser — it’s usually sparkly, it’s well-fitted, it’s hard to dislike even if it’s not the knockout best of the night. But she picked a rough one for the SAGs and then followed it up with this: That bodice doesn’t look like static that clings; Read More...

SAG Awards: Fug Nation’s Worst Dressed

I really feel like this is going to come down to Cate, Kerry, and Julia (and, if I know Fug Nation, probably more the latter two than Blanchett), so I stuck those three at the end. Peruse the other offerings, and then see if any of those still hit you in the gut, and then Read More...

Fug or Fab: Lupita Nyong’o

Stella McCartney has gotten her stretchy tentacles on Lupita. Let’s see how it went. Let’s be honest: It’s not as bad as it could be. It is probably among the least upsetting of Stella’s dresses. It certainly fits Lupita like a glove. But if she weren’t gorgeous and her skin weren’t divine, this would just Read More...

SAG Awards: Fug Nation’s Best Dressed

I decided to list these in REVERSE alphabetical order in the slideshow, because I’M DRUNK WITH POWER, and also, Amy Adams always ends up being first if we do it the other way. Now she gets to be the Big Finish. As usual, this is compiled from the people we liked, with an eye toward Read More...

SAG Awards Fugs and Fabs: Accessories

Just a little quiet ogling on a Tuesday. Read More...

SAG Awards Fugs and Fabs: The Lightbox Purge

Well, now I know what buddy comedy to root for next. Read More...

SAG Awards Mostly Well Played: Women of 30 Rock

Don’t you feel like they all showed up and sat next to each other at their table and were like, “I thought this was seriously over already. Are we done yet?” Maybe not. I do like to think that Jane Krakowski and Tina Fey text each other whenever Tracy Morgan-Jordon does something wacky. Read More...

SAG Awards Fugs and Fabs: Ladies in Red

And now that you have THAT song in your head… Read More...

GFY Interview: “Sleepy Hollow” Costume Designer Kristin Burke, Part 1

When Kristin Burke — also a longtime GFY reader and author of the costume design site Frocktalk  — invited us to give Fug Nation an inside peek at Sleepy Hollow‘s Wilmington, N.C., set and dish wardrobe strategies with her, we jumped at it. The following post is NOT sponsored, nor paid for in any way Read More...

SAG Awards Well Played: Betsy Brandt

At the Emmys, I remember Betsy Brandt saying that she was wearing Alice + Olivia because she randomly met Stacy Bendet at an airport and they hit it off before either of them realized what the other person did. That was obviously a fortuitous day for her: Alice + Olivia dressed her on that day, Read More...

SAG Awards Fugs and Fabs: The Blues

The good news is, Claire Danes should keep her hair like that forever, because the gentler color really suits her. The bad news is, the dress. The good about THAT is, presumably she took it off later and won’t have to deal with it again. Read More...

SAG Awards Fug and Fabs: Women in White

When Sarah Paulson climbed on stage with a variety of other actors in 12 Years a Slave, they cut to Bradley Cooper for some rando reason and he had the most exquisite WTF look on his face. I am sure it had nothing to do with any of this — maybe he was thinking, “how Read More...

SAG Awards Fugs and Fabs: The Modern Family cast

I always end up grouping these people because there are times when I feel like I can’t possibly write another word about them separately. Read More...

SAG Awards Well Played, Helen Mirren

This, like Malin Akerman’s, is ALSO a whole lot of dress: But Dame Helen is also a whole lot of awesome. Read More...

SAG Awards Unfug It Up: Amanda Peet

This looks like a feverish fabric store dare. Why are there seventeen different things happening here? It looks like a rented costume for a high-school play that someone tried to adapt, but couldn’t find any matching patterns. Can anything be done? Do we ditch the sleeves first, or are they worth keeping if we figure Read More...

SAG Awards Well Played, Malin Akerman

Originally, I was torn on this. Not because I don’t like it, but because it seems like a LOT of dress for a person who isn’t a nominee or a presenter: This whole thing sort of looks like she’s a really glamorous old woman attending the opening of the Opera — her hair is so Read More...

SAG Awards Fug or Fab: Sandra Bullock

I love this fabric. I would like to wrap my Christmas gifts in it next year. I don’t mind Sandra Bullock wrapping herself in it, either, but my gut says it could’ve been done better. Something about the drape on the hips, as it flows into the bow, is bugging me; I think the design Read More...

SAG Awards Well Played, Oprah

This picture totally pleases me: She’s like, “what did you expect? I’M OPRAH.” Frankly, whoever has been dressing O has been killing it lately. This is so flattering on her, and the color is great. Oprah doesn’t need to go gimmicky or fussy, and whoever is managing to resist making her either probably deserves some Read More...

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